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India: Inadequate Budgetary Allotment And Defence Preparedness – Analysis

India: Inadequate Budgetary Allotment And Defence Preparedness – Analysis

In the budget for the Financial Year (FY) 2017-18, presented in the Indian parliament on 1 February 2017, the Indian Ministry of Defence (MoD) has been allotted INR 2,74,114 crore, excluding the provision for pensions.

Temperature down on LoC, says Defence Minister

Temperature down on LoC, says Defence Minister

Situation on the Line of Control (LoC) seems to be peaceful with less number of incidents being reported compared to the previous year, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has said.

Manohar Parrikar led DAC approves Rs 800 cr plus projects for enhancing surveillance of India’s coastline

Manohar Parrikar led DAC approves Rs 800 cr plus projects for enhancing surveillance of India’s coastline

Minister for Defence, Manohar Parrikar led Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) on Tuesday in a bid to enhance surveillance of India’s Coastline approved Rs 800 cr project for setting up of 38 new radar and 4 mobile surveillance stations and two Vessel Traffic Management Systems at the Gulf of Kutch and Khambat.

Spotted at Aero India 2017: Manohar Parrikar, Anil Ambani and IAF chief

Spotted at Aero India 2017: Manohar Parrikar, Anil Ambani and IAF chief

At Aero India, Asia’s largest air show, the VVIPs visited scores of stands at the Yelahanka air force station near Bengaluru. They wanted a glimpse of the wares and technologies on offer.

After 55 Years of Service, INS Viraat May Be Sold for Scrap

After 55 Years of Service, INS Viraat May Be Sold for Scrap

INS Viraat – the world’s oldest aircraft carrier in active service – will be decommissioned on 6 March with a ceremonial send-off in Mumbai, informed sources said on Wednesday.

Parrikar to decide if defence chiefs’ wives can go abroad at govt expense

Parrikar to decide if defence chiefs’ wives can go abroad at govt expense

A debate is raging between the defence ministry and military headquarters over whether spouses of the army, navy or air force chiefs should be allowed to travel with them on an official visit abroad.

More ‘transparent’ promotion policy for Army in the works

More ‘transparent’ promotion policy for Army in the works

With heartburn over promotion and litigation a source of concern for the Army, a committee has been set up to recommend measures to make the promotion policy “more objective, transparent and fair”

Oldest serving aircraft carrier Viraat to ‘retire’ on March 6

Oldest serving aircraft carrier Viraat to ‘retire’ on March 6

INS Viraat — the world’s oldest aircraft carrier in active service — will be decommissioned on March 6 with a ceremonial send-off in Mumbai, informed sources said on Wednesday.

Manohar Parrikar backs Gen Rawat, says Indian Army has power to deal with miscreants, never treated all as jihadists in Kashmir

Manohar Parrikar backs Gen Rawat, says Indian Army has power to deal with miscreants, never treated all as jihadists in Kashmir

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar backed army chief General Bipin Rawat for his warning against stone pelters in Kashmir saying that his recent warning to stone pelters in Kashmir

Tarini To Be Inducted Into Indian Navy On 18 February 17

Tarini To Be Inducted Into Indian Navy On 18 February 17

The Indian Navy’s second ocean going sailboat Tarini will be inducted at a ceremony scheduled to be held at the INS Mandovi Boat Pool on evening of 18 February 2017.

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